Feds don't want Greig to profit from story
BOSTON (AP) -- Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to order James "Whitey" Bulger's girlfriend to waive the right to profit from her story, which she agreed to do in March when she pleaded guilty to helping Bulger evade capture for 16 years.
In a Wednesday filing seeking the forfeiture order of Catherine Greig's intellectual property rights, prosecutors also noted that she agreed to waive any claim to property seized from the apartment she shared with Bulger in Santa Monica, Calif. The couple was caught there last June.
Greig's lawyer told The Boston Globe Wednesday night that he had not seen the latest motion from prosecutors.
The 61-year-old Greig is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday.
Bulger is awaiting trial for his alleged participation in 19 murders.